The JSE posted growth in full-year earnings for 2020, benefiting from the unprecedented volatility in world markets during the year induced by the rapid spread of the Covid-19 pandemic across the world.

The group increased revenue 13% to R2.5bn and lifted profit after tax by 12% to R778m, which provided more than enough scope to declare an ordinary dividend of R7.25 per share. ..

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